CFL Teams Odds

BC Lions' Odds

BC Lions' Standings The standings are an important part of any bettor’...
Dec 10, 2021
BC Lions' Odds

Calgary Stampeders' Odds

Calgary Stampeders' Standings The Western Division is full of tough teams a...
Nov 24, 2021
Calgary Stampeders' Odds

Edmonton Elks' Odds

Edmonton Elks' Standings Wondering how the West was won? Just have a look a...
Nov 24, 2021
Edmonton Elks' Odds

Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Odds

Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Standings The compact Eastern Division is always a tig...
Nov 24, 2021
Hamilton Tiger-Cats' Odds

Montreal Alouettes' Odds

Montreal Alouettes' Standings With four teams in the Eastern Division, the ...
Nov 24, 2021
Montreal Alouettes' Odds

Ottawa Redblacks' Odds

Ottawa Redblacks' Standings How will the Redblacks fare as they become more...
Nov 24, 2021
Ottawa Redblacks' Odds

Saskatchewan Roughriders' Odds

Saskatchewan Roughriders' Standings After every week the Saskatchewan Rough...
Nov 24, 2021
Saskatchewan Roughriders' Odds

Toronto Argonauts' Odds

Toronto Argonauts' Standings Playing in the big city does not always transl...
Nov 24, 2021
Toronto Argonauts' Odds

Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Odds

Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Standings Eighteen football games mean plenty of mov...
Nov 24, 2021
Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Odds

1958 was CFL’s inaugural season. Since then, the Canadian Football League got stronger and had its importance grown among Canadian and international sports fans. We have nine teams competing for the Grey Cup in 2020. They are divided into East and West divisions.

Defunct Teams:

The league has also a list of defunct teams. It is interesting to notice that some of them were teams from the United States.

  • Baltimore Stallions
  • Birmingham Barracudas
  • Las Vegas Posse
  • Memphis Mad Dogs
  • Montreal Alouettes 1
  • Montreal Concordes & Alouettes
  • Ottawa Rough Riders
  • Ottawa Renegades
  • Sacramento Gold Miners
  • San Antonio Texans
  • Shreveport Pirates

CFL Expansion?

The CFL looks for possible expansion franchises, especially for the markets of the Maritimes, Quebec City, Saskatoon, London and Windsor.